What happens when in-seat power systems go awry? Avionics & Systems Integration Group Managing Director Luke Ribich navigates a typical scenario involving EmPower. Manufactured by Astronics, it’s one of the industry’s most widely used in-seat power systems. If there’s a failure in the system, “The cabin crew member will see on the control panel a failure notice. Then they’ll take a remediation action--try to re-set the system,” says Ribich. If that doesn’t work, it’s on to step two. ...


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